Let’s Review Target Cafe located inside where else but Target

My family was at Target shopping. While walking around the store, I decided to stop by the Target Cafe. It’s basically the little restaurant area that are in some of the Targets, primarily the larger stores. For this review, we were at the northwest Wichita Target on north Maize Road.

I’ve passed by the Target Cafe many times but never stopped by to get some food.

Since it was lunchtime, I decided why not make a blog out of this visit.

Target Cafe features Pizza Hut personal pan pizzas, breadsticks, chicken Alfredo oven-baked pasta, popcorn, Nathan’s hot dogs and gourmet soft pretzels. I’m not sure what made the soft pretzels “gourmet”, but I did not find out as I wasn’t in a pretzel mood.

I picked up some breadsticks from the warm food section along with a pepperoni personal pan pizza. Paying $7 for the little pizza, made me wish there was adult Book-It available, so I could have received a free pizza for reading books. Who am I kidding? I don’t read books.

It’s hard for me to say no to a hot dog, so I added that to my order. Since my daughter was with me, she wanted a lemonade slushy.

This was my haul from the Target Cafe.

I was quite impressed with the Nathan’s Famous hot dog. For starters, the bun was very soft, which was a plus.

My daughter took one drink out of her slushy, looked at me and said, “I don’t like it.” I asked her why, and she goes, “I don’t like lemonade”. Well, I tried to remind her that’s what she asked for, and the logic wasn’t clicking. I asked, “Why would you want lemonade if you don’t like lemonade” followed by the batting of her eyes. Seconds later, I completely forgot what we were talking about.

The pizzas and breadsticks were devoured at home. They held up well in the car. I would say the breadsticks could have been softer, but for the travel time, I was still pleased with them. There’s something about the seasoning on Pizza Hut breadsticks, I really love. As for the pizzas, it was alright. It brought back some nostalgic memories from my childhood, but still not sure if it was worth the $7 price tag.

Target Cafe is strictly there out of convenience. Would I go out of my way to eat there again? Probably not. Would it make Wichita By E.B.’s list of the top 100 places to eat? Doubtful.

Probably the best part of the whole experience was the shopping carts. Target has some of the best carts in the city. With the carts, I was able to transport my food from the Target Cafe to my car with little trouble.

Here’s the menu:

Happy Dining,
Eddy


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